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FABRIC TYPES

COTTON

queen bed sheets Cotton is the most commonly used fiber in bed linen. It is durable, comfortable and easy-to-wash making it perfect for everyday use.

  • Cotton keeps the body cool in summer and warm in winter because it is a good conductor of heat
  • Of course queen size bed sheets Cotton is non-allergenic and, unlike synthetic fibers, cotton fiber is a natural product that contains no chemicals
  • Similarly Cotton sheet sets holds up to 27 times its own weight in water and becomes stronger when wet

Poly Cotton

queen bed sheet set Poly cotton blends integrate the strengths of cotton and polyester to create an eye-catching, comfortable and durable material.

  • Poly queen bed sheets on sale  cotton helps repel the moisture so that it doesn’t stick to your body.
  • Additionly This blend of cotton is not reliant on nature to grow, that’s why it cheaper than cotton.
  • Manmade fabrics, such as polyester, don’t allow air to ventilate as well as cotton queen sheet stes does. Whereas this characteristic allows fungi to thrive if polyester worn close to the body for long periods of time. 

egyptian cotton sheets

Egyptian cotton Queen Sheet Sets is a top-quality long-staple fibre that grown in Egypt. It predominantly cultivated in the Nile Delta where the warm dry desert climate ideal for growing cotton.

  • Instead of it is also naturally resistant to pilling and will soften with age, so with the right type of care, 100% egyptian cotton sheets australia sets queen can last for years.
  • Made with a close weave, 1000 count Egyptian cotton sheets  is soft, lightweight. Furthermore extremely strong and requires minimal ironing so you can enjoy the best of everything.

queen bed sheets Linen

Linen is a cellulosic fiber derived from the stem of the flax plant or a fabric made from these fibers. Linen fibers are much stronger and more lustrous that cotton; they yield cool, absorbent fabrics that wrinkle easily.

  • Linen usually an off-white colour, but the fibres take dye well and so linen can dyed a wide range of colours
  • The more linen washed the softer and smoother it becomes;
  • Linen has a smooth surface and mat luster and feels pleasant to the touch.

PIMA

Pima cotton a special variety of cotton, which has developed in the production of the Target egyptian cotton sheets type of cotton in Arizona.

  • Although the Pima Cotton  bed sheets is soft, strong and durable and has a luxuriously soft and smooth feel.
  • Pima is highly durable so you can be confident that your bedding will last. Pima is also so fine that more fibres can spun into a given count for maximum softness and a rich sheen. 

WEAVE TYPE

Thread count refers to the number of threads in one square inch of fabric. It applies to threads woven vertically – known as the ‘warp’ – and threads woven horizontally – known as the ‘weft’.

PERCALE

A series of vertical and horizontal threads woven one at a time sets percale apart from other fabric weaves. Fabric with this weave feels the same on both sides and the tighter the weave, the smoother the sheets feel.

SATIN

The satin weave distinguished by its lustrous, or ‘silky’, appearance. Satin describes the way the threads combined, and the yarn used may silk or polyester, among others, giving different fabrics.

FLANELETTE

Flannelette is a cotton fabric that on one side a napped, or brushed, finish, giving it a soft feel. Buy bed sheets It is cozy and warm yet light and breathable. There are various types, according to use, with many generic names; for example, flannelette, a lightweight fabric napped on one side only, and suede cloth, which an extremely short, compact nap treated to give a smooth, flat texture.

JACQUARD

Jacquard weave used to produce patterned fabrics.However The intricate patterns or figures created all over the fabrics. It is woven on a jacquard loom. This type of loom differs with standard looms. Jacquard ideal for creating a feeling of opulence and majesty in your bedroom. In jacquard loom. Therefore the warp yarns individually controlled and not in groups. This allows creating more complex designs.

TWILL

Twill Fabric heavier than regular cotton materials with a more structured form. These qualities give it the remarkable durability characteristic of twill materials. Moreover other benefits of the fabric its wrinkle and stain resistance.